Today, May 3, is World Press Freedom Day. But on this day, this year, I am not thinking about the dangers for the many journalists whose bylines I’ve come to associate with places like Mogadishu or Manila, Kabul or Islamabad. It’s not because I don’t have immense respect for them and for the risks they take to bring their readers essential reports from some of the most dangerous corners of the world. I do.
Namujimbo, a journalist for Radio Okapi,
dead on the night of November 21, 2008. Now, after repeated delays, a military
court in Bukavu,
capital of the
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